Hong Kong military have charged with rioting one of a many distinguished activists concerned in a Mong Kok strife progressing this month.
Ray Wong, 22, co-founded a organisation Hong Kong Indigenous that advocates for some-more liberty for Hong Kong from China.
Scores of people have been arrested in tie with a violence.
On 8 February, military attempted to transparent bootleg food stalls sparking a recoil from those who see them as constituent to Chinese New Year celebrations.
Mr Wong, who is due to seem in justice after on Tuesday, was arrested on Sunday in a open housing prosaic along with a 28-year-old man.
Local media contend some-more than 70 people have been arrested in tie with a Mong Kok clashes, that saw protesters throwing bricks and bottles while military used batons and peppers spray.
More than 90 people were injured.
The disturbance was a largest of a kind given large pro-democracy travel protests were hold in 2014.
Hong Kong Indigenous is one of several groups in a city’s supposed “localist” transformation that stands opposite what it perceives as Beijing’s flourishing change over Hong Kong.
The other co-founder of a group, Edward Leung, had progressing also been charged with rioting.